Cubby vs Dropbox
Cubby is a cloud syncing service with one major difference from other common clouds: it doesn't have any storage limits when you're syncing from computer to computer. However, compared with Dropbox, Cubby might be not that popular. Some people intend to backup Cubby to Dropbox because when they want to share files to other people through Cubby, they’ll get a lot of answers like “I don’t have a Cubby account”,etc. Meanwhile, most users feel inconvenient to manage multiple cloud service accounts. What if a free web app can help you centralize different clouds, even several accounts from the same provider?
Cloud manager - MultCloud
No matter you want to backup Cubby to Dropbox or let Cubby sync between accounts, MultCloud does the trick. It puts all cloud storage in one place so that with just one-time login, you’re able to transfer files among cloud drives easily.
Supported clouds: Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, hubiC, MySQL, MEGA, FTP/SFTP and Egnyte.
Backup Cubby to Dropbox via MultCloud
Please get one MultCloud account first. Register or experience without signing up.
Add Dropbox and Cubby accounts one by one. (check data security)
Then, four ways are available to backup Cubby to Dropbox:
▪ Directly drag and drop like in Windows Explore.
▪ Employ copy options from contextmenu.
▪ Use “Cloud Transfer” service.
▪ Choose “Cloud Sync” service which enables you to do one-way or two-way sync.
Of course, you may set schedule transfer as well. Since MultCloud uses the new background of transmission technology, you don’t need to start the computer. Missions will be completed even after power off.
In case you are looking for any document urgently, just search across clouds by typing the keywords or suffix in the search box.
Plus, you don’t have to backup Cubby to Dropbox in order to cater to others. You can share files to any non cloud users too through creating a public link in MultCloud.
In general, you’ll find more advanced features to help you manage clouds better here.